Hopital raises parking fees after 5-year hold
The cost of parking at the Royal United Hospital in Bath is to go up for the first time in five years.
New charges will be brought in on October 1, affecting stays of longer than half an hour. The first 20 minutes will still be free, and a 30-minute stay will still cost £1.
The cost of a two-hour visit will rise from £2.60 to £3, while parking for between two and four hours will cost £4 rather than £3.70.
One charge – for up to 24 hours – will fall, from £6.30 (which had been for up to eight hours) to £6.
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The cost of a five-day ticket shows the highest rise – from £10 to £15.
Director of estates and facilities Howard Jones said: "We have tried to make the pricing structure slightly simpler and also want to ensure that the impact on those visiting seriously ill patients, is not too great."